I have had a change in bowel habits. Sometimes it is dirreha. Then it will be hard the next time. When it is dirreha it is like someone turned on the water faucet. I can't remember having any trauma or injury. I do take medications for Fibromaylgia and I have hypothryoid medication that I take. This has been going on for a while. When I lay down to go to sleep it is very hard to get comfortable. If I stand up the pain seems better but if I sit down it is sometimes painful. one morning I woke up and my stomach seemed to be swollen and very hard. Tight feeling. I do not drink alcohol. I have had my appendicts out and have had a hysterecomy.Do not have an ovaries. Could you please tell me which doctor I should consult. I don't feel that I need an OBGYN at this point. Your thought on this situation would be greatly appreciated. Oh, I forgot to tell you that sometimes I feel a little back pain. But I contribute that to being a little overweight. I have a high tolerance for pain.
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